If you recently switched to OS X, or perhaps you’ve been using it for some time, you might want to run some Windows only programs, and to do so you will need the assistance of BootCamp, VMware, or Parallels. While these utilities ultimately result in the same outcome, that is, running Windows on an Apple computer, they differ in the approach that they take. BootCamp utilizes dual booting OS X and your windows operating system, whereas VMware and Parallels use virtualization to run the operating system. Regardless of how these solutions run Windows, we are going to discuss which of the three best suits your needs.
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